Cover of ‘Journey to Healing’ eBook, featuring a serene landscape, symbolizing the path to finding the right therapist and personal growth.

From My Heart to Yours: Unveiling ‘Journey to Healing’ – Your Guide to Finding the Right Therapist

Taking the first step towards therapy is a sign of strength, but knowing what comes next can be daunting. ‘Journey to Healing’ is more than just an eBook; it’s a comprehensive guide crafted from my years of experience as a therapist and a client in therapy. Within its pages, you’ll find a roadmap through the therapy landscape, from discerning various therapeutic approaches to handling the practicalities of insurance and costs. It’s your personal toolkit for fostering a therapeutic relationship where you feel seen, heard, and valued on your path to healing and growth.

a solemn-looking woman holding a newborn baby in a hospital bed

The Birth of My Third Son: A Story of Intuition, Trauma, and the Pursuit of Accountability

Detailed below is a description of the delivery process and the intense recovery I endured after giving birth to my third son. Please be aware that some of the details might be triggering to some. I share my experience in hopes that it helps hold doctors accountable for their actions and reaffirms that if you are someone who went through something similar, you are not alone.

100 days of doing better: An Intentional Start to anti-racism

will be DOING 1 thing every day for 100 days in order to BE BETTER. I will be accessing and absorbing resources from Black experts, authors, artists, creators, and others. If you do not know where to start, ask yourself this, if someone you cared about was deeply hurting, what would you do? For me, the answer is simple, show up. There are no perfect words, there is no magic remedy, but there is one person coming alongside those who are tired, weary, and saying, I AM WITH YOU. I WILL DO MY PART.


Sharing Sunday #8 Talking With Kids about Race

How we are talking with our kids about race, teaching empathy and fostering anti racists behaviors.

6 Ways To Be A Happier Person

Do any of you have that person in your life that no matter what happens, they’re always waiting for the other shoe to drop? That even if they won the lottery, would complain about how much would go to taxes?! Do you consider yourself a happy person? Would the people around you agree?